The Hell Hole

June 16, 2007

On a gorgeous Oregon spring day five Obsidians braved the hike into The Hell Hole. After a stop at the McKenzie Ranger Station (open all summer seven days a week) we headed up Aufderheide Drive to the trailhead. There we came across a Sheriff’s Auxiliary search and rescue group consisting of two adults and half a dozen teenagers. They were there to practice rappelling and to see The Hell Hole. For the record, some rocks had shifted making it very difficult to climb down to the very bottom. In fact, Marianne was the only one of us who was small enough and adventurous enough to make it down there. The group, all Obsidians, consisted of Zella Andreski, Ken Auguston, Marianne Camp, Bob Huntley (leader), and Martha Welches.

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